My Talks

Talk at Williams College ‘Log Lunch Lecture Series’

A Path Towards Renewable Energy Ubiquity

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Global Divestment Day @ MA Statehouse 2015

The Promise of Renewable Technology & Cheap Energy

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Envirothon Workshop Fall 2014

Getting Out of Fossil Fuels – Building a Grassroots Movement

Download or view the presentation here. (Download to see animations and videos. Original file format: Keynote)

View a recording of the presentation below:

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Political Power of Individuals: Shaping Energy Policy in MA

Download or view the presentation here. (Download to see animations and videos. Original file format: Keynote)

View a recording of the presentation below:

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American Physical Society “March Meeting”

High Surface Area Dendrite Nanoelectrodes for Electrochemistry

Electrochemical sensors hold promise to improve the ease of detecting cancer through assays such as ELISA, which have traditionally been processed by optical spectroscopy. Increasing the effective surface area of the electrodes used in electrochemical sensors allows the sensors to be miniaturized, and increases their sensitivity.

Below is the presentation I gave on optimizing dendrite growth at the 2014 APS March Meeting on Condensed Matter Physics in Denver:

Do the Math – The Role of Physicists in the Climate Movement

Download or view the presentation here. (Download to see animations and videos. Original file format: Keynote)

3 Responses to My Talks

  1. Keith says:

    I found the link to the Powerpoint but it is a broken link or is not uploaded. 🙂 When you get a chance. Thanks.

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